Discussion in 'Star Trek: Voyager' started by LeadHead, Dec 12, 2011.
JANEWAY: We made an agreement to co-operate. I see no reason not to continue
TASH: Thank you, Captain
JANEWAY: [to Torres] Keep me informed on your progress. [to Seven] That reactor had to come from somewhere. I can't just ignore the possibility of a Caretaker nearby. Keep scanning. See what you can find.
SEVEN: There is another possibility. The reactor may have come from the same array that brought Voyager to the Delta quadrant.
JANEWAY: That's a long shot, Seven
SEVEN: Maybe not. Again, according to your own reports you believed the only way to keep the array from falling into the wrong hands was to destroy it. It's possible the destruction was incomplete.
JANEWAY: And one of the reactors survived? We scanned for debris. There was nothing left but some fused pieces of metal alloy.
SEVEN: I wish to re-examine the sensor records from that event.
JANEWAY: In case we were mistaken?
JANEWAY: Go right ahead.
SEVEN: Computer, describe the debris remaining after the array was destroyed.
COMPUTER: Particulate dust and metallic fragments composed of an unknown alloy. Vapour composed of hydrogen, helium, mercury and argon.
SEVEN: Was there anything left of the tetryon reactor?
SEVEN: Specify the yield of the tricobalt device.
COMPUTER: Twenty thousand teracochrans.
SEVEN: Who programmed the device?
COMPUTER: Commander Tuvok.
SEVEN: Display the detonation.... Advance the image by point zero one seconds.... Again.
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